Reaction to rotavirus vaccine- who should see our 3month old?

Your pediatrician. You should see your pediatrician first so he/she can determine that the symptoms your child has are indeed due to the rotavirus vaccine. Look at the cdc vaccine information: http://www.Cdc.Gov/vaccines/pubs/vis/downloads/vis-rotavirus.Pdf reaction to this vaccine is very uncommon, so you may have to look for other causes of the problem (you did not specify what the symptoms are).

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What is the definition or description of: Reaction to rotavirus vaccine?

Rotavirus vaccine. Rotavirus vaccine reaction- mild problems include temporary vomiting, diarrhea and irritability- serious problems occurring in 1 in 20,000 to 1 in 100,000 include intussuception- a blockage of the intestine. Rarely 1 in 1 million one can have an allergic reaction. More about rotavirus vaccine https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/hcp/vis/vis-statements/rotavirus.html. Read more...

What are the symptoms of a reaction to rotavirus vaccine?

See below: Vaccinated infants are slightly (1%-3%) more likely to be irritable or to have mild, temporary diarrhea or vomiting after getting a dose of vaccine than infants who did not get the vaccine. Moderate or severe reactions "have not" been associated with the vaccine. Read more...

Should I be concerned if my 6 week old just got the rotavirus vaccine and my 19 month old sucked my 6 week olds dummy.?

I wouldn't. The 19 month old is unlikely to have problems from this action. True, the rotovirus vaccine particles may pass in babies diapers for 6 weeks after each dose, but its chance to produce disease is negligible. I anything, the 19 mo may get a free rotovirus vaccine dose. Read more...
If symptoms see MD. It should be alright, but if you notice any symptoms such as vomiting or diarrhea, please follow up with your M.D. Read more...

Mild fever 5 days after DTP, Pnuemococal, and rotavirus vaccine. She 3m old. Is it ok?

Fever usually earlie. This may still be related to the vaccine althought I would consider having another reason. This is a young infant and should be seen by a medical professional and evaluated. Read more...
Post vaccine fever. Low grade fever after vaccinations is common in infants. Please make sure the vaccination site(s) are not indurated, (tender ,red and bumpy) and she is feeding well. Keep acetaminophen on board as needed. I would take her back to your pediatrician if fever persists more than a week to make sure there is no other reason for it. . Read more...

My 4 month old just got his 2nd rotavirus vaccine. First time diahrea for a week. This time he already has bad gas with gas pains. Is this common?

Not common. I am assuming you are asking if these are common side effects of immunization for rotavirus. For side effects, I'm thinking these are likely (common) side effects. Rotavirus affects the GI tract, so it is assumed any "priming of the immune system" by a vaccine may have a GI focus for side effects. From a population standpoint, it is uncommon (but not rare) to get side effects like this. Read more...
Far too common. It is hard to know how common this reaction is but apparently it is not unusual. Rotavirus vaccine can rarely cause a life-threatening reaction known as intussusception. See http://www.rxlist.com/rotarix-side-effects-drug-center.htm There is evidence this vaccine is often contaminated with DNA from a pig virus. I would never give it to my child. Please see http://tinyurl.com/29joq62. Read more...

Is it Normal to pass constipated stool with mucous after rotavirus vaccine.2 months old baby.

No. It is not normal for a 2 month-old baby to have firm, constipating stool before, during, or after a vaccination (the vaccination doesn't have anything to do with it). Constipation happens in babies sometimes, more often in formula-fed babies than in breast-fed ones. Because 0-3 months is very young, the doctor can check to be sure the baby is ok. Occasional glycerin suppository use can help. Read more...